QA Manager for Zegeba’s digitization platform
There’s a lot of talk about digitization these days, and the term is used about anything from book scanning to autonomous cars. The Ålesund company Zegeba has developed something most companies and organizations need: digital forms that can be filled out on phones and tablets out in the field, and downloaded to the main office when there is an Internet connection available. The office will almost immediately receive figures, graphs and reports on the incoming results, and save a lot of time and work compared to using regular paper forms.
The first version of this software was developed for WHO projects in Ethiopia – hence the Ethiopian company name. Now this unique software platform is used by many different types of businesses; from oil and shipping companies, fishing and contruction companies to the Red Cross and UNESCO, for tasks such as surveillance, maintenance, surveys, testing, etc. The potential for use is practically unlimited.
At the moment I have almost full-time employment as a QA Manager at Zegeba, working on QA, documentation, support and form production. Do contact me if you’d like to find out if your business or organization can save time and money by digitizing your forms! By the way, I am still taking smaller assignments in my data consultant company, so just ask if you need any of my services as an consultant. (23.10.18, ed. 27.8.19)